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-poohing government's role in provision nutrition for kids. i shot back at her, we had a couple exchanges and finally i said why don't we both live on food stamps. i went to bed not thinking much of it and got up the next morning and it had spread through the social media world, and was a bigger story. i called my staff and said we're doing this. >> you were on day four of this. this is the exact pile of food that you got. >> yes. >> what is interesting to me, you spent $29.78 on this, but when we tried to match it around here, in new york, we had to spend $57.37. >> right. >> implying that the government rate, if you like, for this food is clearly based right at the lowest possible level and may not be even possible for many people onn efood stamps. >> that's what we want to highlight. you have people who live in nutrition and food deserts who don't have access to fresh, healthy foods. i'm very lucky, i live a mile away so i walked to the superintendent. many people can't get in their car and go to the supermarket. we're trying to see not just what the challenges are living on this amount of money,
going over the fiscal cliff. >> those three guys are here live. and the man who shut down the government under bill clinton. what newt gingrich thinks it will take to avoid that happening again. >>> plus one of my personal heroes, the fastest man in the history of planet earth. ja ma jamaican sprinter usain bolt revealing a talent you may not know he has. ♪ let's get together and feel all right ♪ >> this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> good evening. our big story tonight, you are so hot, america. i mean that literally. the temperature was a balmy 60 degrees this afternoon in new york just outside cnn's studios. the average high temperature in december is normally 43. a warm front has flooded the lower 48 states. quite extraordinary but is it evidence of man-made global warming? that's tonight's battleground america. joining me now, bill nye the science guy and mark morano, the publisher of climate depo.com. welcome to you both. let me start with you, mark, if i may. you are implacably opposed to the concept of man-made climate change. why? >> we followed the evidence. there are quite
. it was talking about the power of the government not to take away guns from a well-regulated militia. everyone should exercise personal responsibility, by refusing to have a gun in their home. not putting their children at risk of suicide or murder. yes, people should be punished but we shouldn't encourage criminal conduct by having guns at flea markets to criminals and felons and anybody that wants to own a gun. if this football player hadn't had a gun there would be two people alive today not dead. >> that is not true. if he wanted to kill somebody, there are plenty of weapons including his fist, a car, a bomb that can do it. if you take away the gun, that intention is still there. >> but it's a fleeting intention. it lasts a minute. and if you have a gun, it takes only a second. >> it's a fleeting -- you are putting the word -- >> to carole's point. it is people that kill people. i think it is important to make sure. >> it is people with guns who kill people. >> no. let's talk about in england. >> we're moving on. there's a lot to cover here. this debate will rage again because there will b
. >> the constitution talkses about a well regulated militia. the power of the government not to take away guns and every american should exercise personal responsibility. by not putting their children at risk of suicide and murder. yes, people should be punished but we shouldn't encourage criminal conduct by having guns at flea markets. if this football player hadn't had a gun there would be two people alive today not dead. >> that is not true. if he wanted to kill somebody, there are plenty of weapons including his fist, a car, a bomb that can do it. the intention is still there. >> it lasts a minute and if you have a gun it takes a second. >> fleeting? >> you are putting the word -- >> to carole's point. it is people that kill people. i think it is important to make sure. >> it is people with guns who kill people. >> no. let's talk about in england. >> we are moving. we have a lot to come here. there will be more gun outrages. let's move to this new york post front page. it was about a young guy who pushed somebody onto a train trath who got killed onto the track. should the man have taken t
the government in london has disabled the scots from being able to protect themselves against violent criminals. >> look me in the eye down this camera lens and tell me scotland is more dangerous than america, when you have 12,000 gun murders a year and 300 million guns, it's time, mr. kopel, to wake up and smell the cappuccino. got to leave it there. i'm sure we will debate this again. thank you both very much. >> thanks for having me. >>> joining me now exclusively to talk about the players' side of the story is former new york jets quarterback and hall of famer, joe namath. joe, welcome back. >> thank you, piers. good to be with you, buddy. >> it's an awful story, this, in so many ways and it raises a number of issues, gun control, we've just been debating on the show, the issue of concussion for top football players and the side effects, the issue perhaps of depression, of alcoholism, all sorts of strands play out of jovan belcher's nightmare that he ended up in. what is your take on it? >> it's mind-boggling to me. i don't know how these things happen. i think all of us or most of us hate
roach. >> i talked to him on the phone and he said that they had to take care of government stuff, and he got here six weeks before, so i had no problem with it. he came in shape like he said he was going to come. and i was happy about that. >> i'm doing good, so far so good, and hard work. what we are doing every day. it's more then compared to the last few fights. those fights against marquez and timothy bradley has been far from usual. >> he gives the sparring partners a bonus of a thousand dollars because i want them working at their best, this time i told manny i would give him a thousand dollars. i want these guys going after him full force and i want him to respond in full force. >> come on. let's go. >> sparring as been good. and we keep busy, busy, busy, all the time. my focus is tomorrow aggressiveness. throwing out combinations and if i get a chance to finish the fight, why not, i will grab it. >> aggressiveness served him well against marquez in the first two fights in the form of four knock downs. today, he drops a sparring partner for the first time in camp. >> all r
care of some government stuff. he had six weeks before so i had no problem with it. he came and shaped like he said he was going to come and. i was happy about that. pla >> training is good, so far, so good. what we are doing every day is more intense than compared to the last few fights. >> those last few fights have been far from his most memorable, which has led his trainer to experiment with new forms of incentive. >> the thing is the sparring partners up to give them a thousand dollars bonus because i want them working at their best. i told him he could knock them down. 1/2 to have him with a killer instinct. i want these guys going after him full force and i want him to respond full force. >> sparring is good and we keep busy, busy, busy all the time. my focus is throw a lot of combinations and if i get a chance to finish the fight, why not. >> aggressiveness served him well in his first two fights in the form of four knockdowns. today he drops a sparring partner for the first time in camp. >> now you are starting to throw your punches like manny pacquiao. very good. >> i can tel
government stuff. he had six weeks before so i had no problem with it. he came in shape like he said he was going to come in. i was happy about that. >> training is good, so far, so good. what we are doing every day is more intense than compared to the last few fights. >> those last few fights have been far from his most memorable, which has led his trainer to experiment with new forms of incentive. >> the thing is the sparring partners up to give them a thousand dollars bonus because i want them working at their best. i told him he could knock them down. i have to have him with a killer instinct. i want these guys going after him full force and i want him to respond full force. >> sparring is good and we keep busy, busy, busy all the time. my focus is throw a lot of combinations and if i get a chance to finish the fight, why ♪ >> for 20 years in a neighborhood in mexico city upstairs from the shop, the boxing gym has accommodated hundreds of fighters. the wear and tear makes repairs occasionally necessary. today the staff works intently to fix a broken mount before the champion and r
are to some degree separate things but i do know that we have had a lot of programs, government-funded program that is represent both sides of the aisle. both sides want everything they want and found a way with this congress over the last several years to get much of what they want and we bought it on credit. and the time has come, because we have enormous debt and raise taxes and pay the bill. >> my gut feeling is, i think the argument of the moment, see the republicans pushed in to this impossible situation for them to win where two thirds of americans in the polls are quite happy for the rich 2% to be taxed more and the republicans boxed themselves in to a position come january 1st they might be allowing all the middle class taxable to try to save the skins of americans. that won't wash with the public, is it? >> i don't think it's washing with the public. i think we need a more realistic definition of what wealth is. there are people who have jobs, both parents are working, they're putting the kids through schools, they don't have faith in the public schools in the community they're in an
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